The diagram Facial Reflex Zones (to the right) shows how the body’s internal organs correspond to specific zones on the face. There are many such maps throughout the body—they also exist in the ears, on the soles of the feet, on the hands and on the abdomen. These maps, each of which contains an array of points connecting to various body parts, are also known as holograms. This term will be explained later in this article.
When clients go to a skin care facilities, they often ask for help in beautifying or reducing the appearance of problem areas on their faces and elsewhere. Many people see these features as detracting from their attractiveness and self-esteem, and they deploy methods ranging from cosmetic cover-ups to harsh chemicals or surgery to make them go away. According to the science of holography, however, doing these things may be equivalent to shooting the messenger.
What is holography?
Just as shooting the ambassador from a hostile nation will not improve relations with that country and may provoke a war, covering up, bleaching or surgically removing an unsightly lesion usually does nothing to remedy the underlying imbalance in the body that caused it—and may worsen it. Holography is based on the principle that in living systems, each part contains an image of the whole. Holography even reveals direct connections between infinitesimally small subatomic particles and vast galaxies.